GCA\Banks Malta U-13 tourney…Singh, Mohan, Sharma star as GYO overcome DCC; wins for TSC & Everest
Anil Singh, Chandra Mohan and Vijay Sharma bowled impressively guiding Gandhi Youth Organisation (GYO) to victory over Demerara Cricket Club (DCC) by 66 runs when play in the Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA)/Banks Malta Supreme Under-13 25-overs competition continued yesterday.
Transport Sports Club and Everest Cricket Club also chalked victories in their respective matches.
At GYO, DCC won the toss and decided to bat on a two paced track. They were pegged back by purposeful bowling by the host and suffered 13 dismissals in scoring 324 off their allotted 25 overs which reduced them to 194.
Ashmead Nedd top scored with 12 while Alphuis Bookie 11 and Osapha Green 10 were the only other batsmen that made it into double figures; extras contributed a healthy 50. Singh effected 3 dismissals for 6 runs while Sharma claimed 2-9 and Mohan 2-11.
Although none of the home team’s batsmen reached double figures they applied themselves well and only lost 2 wickets in scoring 280 in 25 overs in reply, ending on 260; Extras led with 61.
At Muslim Youth Organisation ground, Transport Sports Club (TSC) got the better of Malteenoes Sports Club (MSC) by 62 runs. TSC posted 335 for 7 off 25 overs with Adrian Hinds scoring 16 and Mark Baptiste 11. They finished on 265; Yannick Ramesh claimed 2-10.
MSC in response suffered 11 dismissals in scoring 314 in 25 overs which reduced them to 204. Sase Norville was the only batsman that offered any resistance with 17 as Joel Spooner picked up 2-2 and Baptiste 2-9.
And over at Bourda, Everest defeated the home team by 119 runs after making 251 off their 25 overs and bowling out Everest for 132.
Yeudistir Persaud top scored with 18 for Everest while Lasksman Ramroop (16) and Mahendra Khemraj (11) offered support with the bat. Rinaldo Mohammad and Jonathan Mitcheez picked up two wickets each for GCC.
Antonio Stanton (8) and Ryan Sookram (6); Brandon Ramnarine (4-2), Nicholas Sattaur (3-12) did the damage for the Camp Road team. The competition continues today.